[14:34] HOC: hey, baby name Mayuri
[14:34] HOC: shortened to May[14:34] muk:
[14:35] HOC: means "peahen"
[14:35] HOC: why not
[14:35] HOC: ?[14:35] muk:
i would rather have just "peahen"
[14:35] HOC: why? just explain why you don't like it so i have an idea
[14:35] HOC: i LOVE it[14:36] muk:
it's just not good[14:36] muk:
don't like the look/sound of it
[14:36] HOC: the indian name or the nickname?[14:36] muk:
it's light years beyond horrible.
[14:37] HOC: right and i love both
[14:37] HOC: i can't figure out what you dislike
[14:38] HOC: nickname too old fashioned?[14:38] muk:
[14:38] HOC: Mala?[14:39] muk:
the latin root "bad" is too obvious
[14:39] HOC: o please[14:39] muk:
beyond obvious. .mala is the female adjective form of "bad" in both spanish and italian.
[14:41] HOC: ok, you only shoot down names, give me a suggestion[14:42] muk:
[14:42] HOC: names i like: mali, mayuri, amala, asha, tess, fiona[14:43] muk:
tess, fiona.. HAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHA[14:43] muk:
that's a good one.
[14:43] HOC: you can laugh all you want but you are not even creative enough to have your own suggestions
[14:43] HOC: you are like [redacted], shooting down everything but not coming up with your own ideas[14:44] muk:
tess... HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAHAHHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!1[14:44] muk: best name ever.
[14:44] HOC: well she will be tess unless you come up with an idea[14:45] muk:
i'm almost willing to go with tess b/c it's more or less a joke name.
[14:45] HOC: deal[14:48] muk:
I can't wait to explain to people, "hillary and i debated long and hard, but just couldn't decide between an early victorian or late victorian name for our daughter."
[14:48] HOC: you are an idiot
[14:48] HOC: tess isn't victorian[14:48] muk:
anything from a thomas hardy book is pretty much victorian
[14:49] HOC: as if you know ANYTHING about Victiorian literature[14:49] muk:
"What's her name?"
"Oh, like, from that book."
"Umm, yeah. Look dude it wasn't my idea."
[14:50] HOC: no one has ever read that book
[14:50] HOC: it is obscure
[14:50] HOC: it is not even one of hardy's best loved
[14:50] HOC: i bet out of ten of us here in the english department 2 of us have read it[14:51] HOC: you don't know what you are talking about [14:51] HOC: i have met three little girls in our neighborhood named tess [14:51] muk:
doesn't matter who read it[14:51] muk:
it's like naming your kid othello.[14:51] muk:
no one read that either.[14:51] muk:
but everyone knows it.
[14:51] HOC: are you KIDDING ME??
[14:51] HOC: you cannot compare othello to tess
[14:52] HOC: first of all, everyone read or knows the story of othello[14:52] muk:
[14:52] HOC: second of all no one names their kid othello and third it has no context outside of the play
[14:53] HOC: tess on the other hand is not well known, a common nickname for theresa and popular outside of the novel
[14:53] HOC: and NO ONE knows the story[14:53] muk:
it's popular among literary/yuppie types that try way too hard.
[14:53] HOC: if you knew the story you would have a much different opinion
[14:53] HOC: read it, then you will have a leg to stand on[14:53] muk:
i would rather name my daughter "thomas hardy"
[14:53] HOC: you are ignorant on this[14:54] muk:
you mean "ignint"
[14:54] HOC: yeah you are ignint too
[14:54] HOC: and just plain stupid[14:55] muk:
btw, thomas hardy wrote tess of the d'urbervilles to stir up the victorian
middle class, so save it.[14:55] muk:
you know who told me?[14:56] muk:
so stuff your fancy english degree.
[14:56] HOC: right
[14:56] HOC: you are real smart[14:56] muk: